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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Antler Dish Choices


When I was given an unexpected gift certificate, I decided to use it towards these lidded stag bowls made by Creative Co-Op.  I knew I could use them many ways and was excited to put them to use.  I envisioned soup, salad, or even a dessert in them. I knew they would add a bit of drama to any table. 

 
When Chloe Crabtree from Celebrate and Decorate invited me to join a great group of bloggers for this holiday tablescape blog hop, I thought it would be an opportunity to create a post showing these antler dishes in several table designs. Be sure to visit the bloggers listed at the bottom of this post for lots more inspiration.

I love this neutral look.

I found these napkins at Ballard's and then had my monogrammer add my initials.  They are heavy linen, and a great size.  I also used a quilted placemat that we got on market day in France.

This dark wood handled flatware joined a rough bark charger from Pier One.  I think I have a charger addiction.  I realized that I have way too many, but these were pretty special.  Then I used an off-white dinner plate from ZGallerie and a dark brown salad plate from Pottery Barn.

The glassware is a tortoiseshell tumbler and a rattan covered glass.

I just love the placecard I came up with.  It's a bit of dark brown pearlized construction paper with this fun three D stag head.   


I bought them at Paper Source in this package.  They are already adhesive and have gold or silver antlers.


I changed up a few things to use this antler dish with plaids for Christmas.


There were a few more stags in the design.  Here's one on the rattan covered napkin ring.


I used the same bark covered charger with a plaid rimmed dinner plate from Target.


These etched tumblers came from World Market and the smaller one came from a store in Cashiers, N. C., but I don't remember which one.  I love the fact that the etching is similar but not the same.


These stag candleholders are the perfect choice to join this table.


I love me some plaid!

 Here's another plaid that I love with these antler dishes.

I used a lot of very bright fall colors this year, so this table was a departure that I found soothing.  Here, I used an antique celluloid napkin ring.

This cream handled flatware cooled things down a bit.

It joined these birdseye maple chargers and these acorn embossed dinner plates.

These glasses look right at home here.

This velvet runner might have been overkill.

But, it looked good with this Cinderella pumpkin topped with succulents.  I used it on another table a couple of weeks ago, and it is still looking great.

I ended up taking these candlesticks to my daughter's house for Thanksgiving, but I just love how they gave this table a bit of a modern look.

I served a mushroom soup in this that I have posted about here.

I used these antler rimmed salad plates from Pottery Barn for ginger bread topped with vanilla ice cream and butterscotch sauce.  Yum!

I know I'll use these over and over.  I just hope I don't break those antlers off.  


 

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24 comments:

  1. Linda, I love your assortment of antler goodies for the table. Your Ballard napkins are so handsome with the addition of the monogram. What a great little placecard with your 3-D stag. I have the same set of antler napkin rings that I found in a shop in Blowing Rock. I love me some plaid too :)

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  2. Linda, I think we are all loving plaid, it is so festive. The antler dishes are beautiful along with those Ballard napkins. Love all of your tablesettings! Wishing you a joy-filled day!

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  3. Linda, all of your place setting are beautiful with your antler dishes. I am adoring your pretty monogrammed napkins...how pretty! It has been so much fun being a part of the blog hop. I hope that you have a wonderful and blessed day!!!

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  4. Linda, I really like how you've taken your inspiration and created the several looks that can take you from fall all the way through winter. Although not as many, you'll see I've done something similar in my seasonal tablescapes.
    The antler dishes are great (yikes to storage, though!), and the glassware, chargers (love them all, esp. the bird's eye maple!), flatware, and textiles...the seemingly endless combinations are a tablescaper's dream come true. And those little name card adhesives are just great. Really nice inspiration here, thanks for sharing and demonstrating all the possibilities.
    Rita C at Panoply

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  5. Wow antler everything! I love that you couldn't wait to play and had to try out so many antler possibilities! Perfect from November through the winter months. Love the napkin rings and place cards too!
    Jenna

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  6. Your table is antler heaven! You are so creative and mix patterns, colors and textures so well. Those etched glasses are fabulous! I love both plaid tables and all your accessories.

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  7. Love your creativity! Every detail is fabulous and I am smitten with your antler and plaid theme.
    Jemma

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  8. The antler theme is so cute. I love your place cards! What an awesome idea. Thanks for sharing on the Tablescape Blog Hop.

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  9. Those lidded antler dishes are stunning! I would love to add those to my dish collection (and my husband would have my head). The tables you have set with these lovely dishes, and all of the elements like the monogrammed napkins your incorporated are just perfect. Thank you for being a part of the Holiday Tablescape Blog Hop!

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  10. That lidded antler covered bowl is a fabulous piece! ...and just perfect for your antler themed table setting! You have a great eye for detail and have assembled some lovely, unique pieces for the tablescape! The napkins are gorgeous, too! :) ~Rhonda

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  11. Linda, the plaid is lovely. Loving your antler collections. The covered dish is beautiful. Great name place holders you created. How special to have those napkins monogrammed. Beautiful table for the holidays. I hope you come by to see my magical tablescape. P.S. You might want to update everyone's links to their holiday blog hop. Merry Christmas.

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  12. Oh, I so enjoyed seeing all the ways you can use those fantastic antler lidded bowls! It's so great seeing multiple tablescape ideas all in one post. You have so many terrific stag-head accessories which would have gone perfectly with the table I did - too bad we don't live closer ;) I love the idea you had for the placecards and those napkin rings and glasses are wonderful. I adore those bark-look chargers and know the feeling of "addiction" in that regard!

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  13. You are so timely with the antlers! I love adding your monogram to the napkins. I am all about linen, plaid, and monograms. Great tables! sheila

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  14. I love all of your different options you've created with those amazing antlers! SO many fabulous choices! I loved the etched glasses with the plaid setting and I have the same cream flatware! Oh and my favorite thing is definitely the monogrammed napkin!

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  15. I just love your woodsy, natural table and the antlers are gorgeous! I am inspired. Hope you have a happy holiday.

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  16. I am loving this rustic and woodsy table and those napkin rings are really catching my eye. Beautiful table!

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  17. You had me at antlers. I adore them, and your bowl is a show-stopper! Love your entire antler collection...so gorgeous! And the stag glasses. Swoon! I would love to sit down to this beautiful table. Such fun playing with you this week!

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  18. I am totally vibing on deer this year too! the plates and dishes you have that are deer themed are so cute. those wood charges though...amazing!

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  19. Those wood chargers with your dinner plates is gorgeous. The deer theme is great. Wonderful job.

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  20. I absolutely love the pretty neutral colors on your table. The deer theme is so much fun for the holidays! And the wooden chargers add a little but of rustic prettiness. Kudos to you!!!

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  21. I love the antler accents, especially on the dishes!

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  22. Oh, my, so many beautiful decorations! Loving tablescapes as I do, that centerpiece with the stuffed pheasant is stunning. That looks like a fresh Christmas tree and I am so envious! It is as if I can smell the lovely fragrance just looking at your photos. I really like the trio of topiaries and my absolute favorite is that vase of greens, berries and branches, just beautiful! Thank you so much for being a part of the blog hop and may you and your family have a blessed Christmas and holiday season!

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  23. The skies at the front door are a very nice touch. I also love the woodland scene on your tabletop. The trees are unique and the reindeer are a great addition to the feel of the outdoor setting.

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  24. Hello Linda,

    Your home is lovely. And what a pretty way to welcome guests. The front door is so charming and merry. I also love your assortment of antler through the house and the pheasants. I particularly love the woodland theme on the chest. And the glittery village is adorable. You did a fantastic job decorating your home.

    It's been fun joining you on this blog hop.

    Wishing you and your family a merry Christmas.

    Janet
    rosemary-thyme.blogspot.com

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